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I live in Texas and have both a single-hose Delonghi and a dual-hose Whynter. Surprise surprise, they both cool a bedroom down fairly well (if you can handle the noise). Don't believe all the analyses of how a single-hose model doesn't work. It does work, just not very well and certainly not as well as a window unit. In fact, the dual-hose model isn't THAT much better than the single-hose unit.

If you can use a small window unit, I'd suggest that route. Otherwise these things are useful in a pinch---like when your central A/C dies or if your HOA doesn't allow window units.
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Have had one in my office for over 5 years. It works, better than nothing, but that ain't saying much, Yes, it's a single hose unit. If you have zero other options, at this price, it's a dang good deal. Other folks may counter my position, but this is just my take on it. Don't have high expectations as comparing it to a window unit is like comparing apples to oranges, if you will.
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Any comment on this? Is it good deal, I will be need 2 of these in the summer.
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Any comment on this? Is it good deal, I will be need 2 of these in the summer.
The short answer is no, it's a single hose. But if you live in south Florida or Texas; it can work as minimal relief for hot areas. This limited application removes the transportable value part of the equation - especially if you can opt for in-wall/window.
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I guess people will be returning their Hisenses to Lowes that were $169.
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The short answer is no, it's a single hose. But if you live in south Florida or Texas; it can work as minimal relief for hot areas. This limited application removes the transportable value part of the equation - especially if you can opt for in-wall/window.
I agree that single hose is stupid. It's a air pump for your house. But it is possible to convert single hose to double hose. It's not pretty but possible. Some cases even have the attachment for the other hose molded in the plastic. They just didn't bother to cut out the hole. Then a baffle or two on the inside and you have a double hose.
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Issues with checkout process using PayPal. edit: worked with a different card.
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More info on it here,
Honeywell MF08CESWW MF Series 8,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier & Fan in White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B2BS...wCbWG7PMQB
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Need a dual hose.
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we have a single hose portable for the last 10 years. we use it to supplement in the living room, mostly because my wife likes it cold. so she sits close to it, and turns it on occasionally. 2 times we lost our central a/c, and this kept one room comfortable. we cant have a window unit because of our anal hoa. i made a partial window mount for the hose out of wood, and remove it when it gets cold. the solar screen hides the hose from sight.
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I guess people will be returning their Hisenses to Lowes that were $169.
Is this one better?
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I live in Texas and have both a single-hose Delonghi and a dual-hose Whynter. Surprise surprise, they both cool a bedroom down fairly well (if you can handle the noise). Don't believe all the analyses of how a single-hose model doesn't work. It does work, just not very well and certainly not as well as a window unit. In fact, the dual-hose model isn't THAT much better than the single-hose unit.

If you can use a small window unit, I'd suggest that route. Otherwise these things are useful in a pinch---like when your central A/C dies or if your HOA doesn't allow window units.
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I think these portables work much better if you run a hose off the back to a drain....the EER is stated that I can find...probably not good...these are energy hogs!
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I live in Texas and have both a single-hose Delonghi and a dual-hose Whynter. Surprise surprise, they both cool a bedroom down fairly well (if you can handle the noise). Don't believe all the analyses of how a single-hose model doesn't work. It does work, just not very well and certainly not as well as a window unit. In fact, the dual-hose model isn't THAT much better than the single-hose unit.

If you can use a small window unit, I'd suggest that route. Otherwise these things are useful in a pinch---like when your central A/C dies or if your HOA doesn't allow window units.
Well said.

Window units are also much cheaper if you are able to install them. There's some hacks for the horizontal sliding windows too.
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